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The Past Present and Future of Active Surveillance:
A European View

Active Surveillance Patients International
is pleased to announce the next international webinar Feb. 27 at 11 AM EDT.

Dr. Chris Bangma, Chairman of Urology at Erasmus University and Academic Hospital in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, will be the inaugural speaker for Active Surveillance Patients International at 11 a.m. Eastern U.S. on Saturday, February 27, 2021. Dr. Bangma’s topic will be “The Past Present and Future of Active Surveillance:  A European View.”

Among other topics, he will cover the role of PSA testing in Europe, the role of biopsies and mpMRI scanning, genomics, how AS was developed in Europe, how AS works within the Dutch healthcare system, and what the future holds in terms of liquid biopsy and artificial intelligence.

DR. CHRIS BANGMA has worked closely with his colleagues Drs. Laurence Klotz and Peter Carroll and like them has been dubbed “the father of Active Surveillance for prostate cancer.”  The three doctors currently are launching a global action plan for A.S. creating an online platform accessible for patients everywhere to help determine if they are candidates for A.S. 

Following his presentation, a question-and-answer session will be held. To submit questions in advance, write to Mark Lichty, ASPI chairmen and co-founder, at mlichty@aspatients.org

Our Feb. 27 Zoom meeting will begin at 11 A.M. EDT.
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ASPI interprets data and shares it with men with BPH, with rising PSA, are newly diagnosed with prostate cancer (PCa), and on Active Surveillance (AS). We are growing a network of Patients, Spouses, Partners, and Sons that communicate with each other to improve our quality of life without fear or stress. We firmly believe that we can empower PCa patients on their cancer journey.
 
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Patients talking to patients will become a very strong voice when it comes to our health care. We are on this journey together and we intend to be healthy along the way.  You are not alone.
 
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